NSW kicks off next phase of emergency comms overhaul
Telstra IP telephony suffers multi-day wobble
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Curtin University establishes Data Science Innovation Hub
Businesses and startups welcomed aboard.
Aug 13 2018 11:14AM
WA govt looks for next CIO
To lead state's digital transformation.
Jul 23 2018 6:50AM
WA Main Roads shifts gear to sole outsourcer
To set up GovNext jump.
Jul 17 2018 12:00PM
Huawei wins $136m WA rail deal
For single digital radio system.
Jul 9 2018 10:47AM
WA govt creates new digital office
CIO function gets a new moniker.
Jun 20 2018 6:47AM
WA govt CIO office given stronger cyber mandate
To address public sector infosec gaps.
May 29 2018 11:16AM
WA govt moves CIO office
Under Department of Premier and Cabinet.
May 10 2018 5:04PM
WA schools, TAFEs to teach automation skills
Govt partners with Rio Tinto.
Apr 4 2018 11:40AM
WA inquiry gives GovNext IT buying scheme tick of approval
But calls for further planning.
Feb 22 2018 6:30AM
WA's govt CIO departs amidst ongoing uncertainty
Nunis heads for Deloitte.
Feb 19 2018 2:12PM
WA reveals single government portal
Dips toes into world of whole-of-govt delivery.
Feb 5 2018 3:15PM
WA Finance plots changes to IT service model
Gets on with state's as-a-service vision.
Jan 18 2018 6:30AM
WA unlocks personal student data for research
Bill passes unamended.
Dec 7 2017 3:39PM
WA review proposes ditching govt CIO office
Needs proper mandate to function.
Dec 7 2017 6:30AM
WA to trial autonomous taxis
From April 2018.
Nov 29 2017 6:05PM
WA govt wants to release identifiable student data
For NAPLAN online, research purposes.
Nov 23 2017 11:50AM
Support builds for dedicated data agency in WA
As part of government-wide data linkage rethink.
Oct 13 2017 3:25PM
AIIA urges WA to improve digital service delivery
Can WA learn from NSW to leap ahead?
Aug 24 2017 11:55AM
Some WA agencies still floored by simple infosec
Poor passwords, patching, and plain text.
Jun 29 2017 2:25PM
Western Australia gets controversial iVote software
State adopts online voting in time for March election.
Feb 23 2017 1:56PM
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